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Baby names beginning with "C"

2531 names found for "C"   (page 7 of 51) 

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Cammeo  (Italian)
Sculptured Jewel
Cammi  (English)
An Attendant at Religious Services (Cami, Cammie)
Camon  (Biblical)
His Resurrection
Camp  (Scottish)
Crooked Mouth
CampbeIl  (Gaelic)
Crooked Mouth
Campbell  (Gaelic)
Crooked Mouth
Camron  (Scottish)
Variant of Cameron 'Bent Nose.'
Camryn  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Bent Nose
Camshron  (Scottish)
Crooked Nose
Camy  (Irish)
Variant of Camey: Champion
Can  (Vietnamese)
Advice; Counsel
Cana  (Turkish)
Beloved
Cana  (Biblical)
Zeal, Jealousy, Possession
Canaan  (Biblical)
Merchant, Trader, or That Humbles and Subdues
Candace  (English)
Candace Was an Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candance  (Greek)
Sparkling
Candi  (Spanish)
Variant of Candida. Bright; Glowing White
Candice  (Hebrew)
Famous Bearer: American Actress Candice Bergen
Candid  (American)
Hidden
Candida  (Latin)
Dazzling White. Bright, Glowing White. Derived from the Feminine of the Latin Adjective Meaning White. Famous Bearer: George Bernard Shaw's Play 'Candida'
Candide  (French)
Bright; Glowing White. Also Sweet
Candide  (Latin)
Pure, Bright
Candie  (American)
Bright, Sweet
Candiss  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candra  (Sanskrit)
Of the Moon
Candy  (American)
Bright, Sweet
Candyce  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Canens  (Latin)
Wife of Picus
Caniad  (Welsh)
Song
Canice  (Irish)
Good-looking; Handsome
Canidius  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Lieutenant-general to Mark Antony
Canisa  (Greek)
Very Dear
Cannan  (French)
Variant of Cannon: Church Official
Cannelita  (Italian)
Garden
Cannenta  (Latin)
Healer
Cannia  (Latin)
Song
Cannine  (Latin)
Crimson
Canning  (French)
Variant of Cannon: Church Official
Cannon  (French)
Church Official
Canon  (French)
Variant of Cannon: Church Official
Canowicakte  (Native American)
Sioux Name Meaning Forest Hunter
Cant  (Welsh)
White
Cantabria  (Latin)
From Cantabria
Cantara  (Arabic)
Bridge
Canterbury  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry V' Archbishop of Canterbury
Cantilena  (Latin)
Song
Cantor  (Latin)
Singer
Cantrix  (Latin)
Singer
Canute  (Teutonic)
Hill
Caoilfhinnn  (Celtic)
Slender and Comely
2531 names found for "C"   (page 7 of 51) 

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